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Costa Rica Increases Its Aeronautical Charges

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The Costa Rican government has approved a 6.72% increase in the aeronautical services fees for services offered at the International Airport in Juan Santamaria. The increase is less than that originally requested by the Civil Aviation Technical Council (Cetac) which stood at 24.75%. The new rate is scheduled to take effect once it has been published in the Official Gazette.

Original Article Text From El Fianciero via Google Translate :

Aresep adjusted rates Juan Santamaria Airport
The Regulatory Authority for Public Services (Aresep) approved an increase of 6.72% for the aeronautical services provided at the Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJIA).In contrast, l to check for an aircraft A 320 would go from $ 478.87 to $ 511.06 for 90 minutes at the airport apron. Aresep explained in a statement, the rate differences are located in the areas of boarding bridges, approach, lighting and infrastructure.The increase approved by the regulatory authority was less than requested by the Civil Aviation Technical Council (Cetac) , who proposed an increase of 24.75%.The last rate adjustment for SJIA was in September 2011.”The new rates come into effect one day after its publication in the Official Gazette,” the official said in a statement.An attempt was made to know the position of Copa Airlines and AviancaTaca on the possible effect on the costs of operating the same with increasing Aresep silvery, but at the end of editing response had been issued.

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